Written by Francesca McClimont As humans grapple with social injustice and political infighting, our planet continues to face its own battle: climate change. By taking our natural environment for granted for too long, we all face an uncertain future. Climate change threatens natural habitats and creates weather patterns that are increasingly erratic, extreme and unpredictable.… Read More In conversation with Environmental Scientist and Researcher Dr. Sarah Nelson
Written by Ark Wildlife director Sean McMenemy and environmental writer Elizabeth Waddington Following the recent legal spat between M&S and Aldi over caterpillar cakes, Chris Packham told supermarkets to “unite not fight” to save the UK’s endangered butterflies. Here’s how the UK public can help in their own garden throughout No Mow May, according to wildlife… Read More Nearly 1 in 10 UK butterflies extinct: How the public can support pollinators at home, during No Mow May
Written by Charlie Elizabeth Culverhouse H&M’s 2021 sustainability concept, Innovation Stories, aims to ‘continue’ their journey towards sustainable fashion. The brand has dedicated themselves to championing cutting edge textiles developed by brilliant thinkers, researchers and scientists. The first collection of the project, ‘Science Story’, dropped on the 18th of March and utilizes environmentally conscious fabrics… Read More H&M Are Greenwashing Us Again: Can Fast Fashion Ever Be Ethical?
Written by Jem Wilcox With the recent introduction of the eco-friendly Extreme E championship, the question raised is whether any racing series can be truly environmental. This month saw the long-anticipated arrival of the Extreme E race series, a motorsport championship that aims to raise awareness of various threats to the environment. Five locations across… Read More Can motorsport ever be truly environmental?